February 10, 2020–8:55 p.m.
Due to potential flooding that could create unsafe road conditions tomorrow morning, Floyd County Schools will be on a 2-hour delay for all staff and students. For example, if your school normally starts at 7:50 a.m., it will open at 9:50 a.m. tomorrow. Schools will dismiss at their regular time. CCA students from AHS and CHS that drive to school are to report directly to their high schools at 11:45 a.m. CCA bus riders at CHS and AHS should report directly to their school’s auditorium upon arrival.
Rome City Schools is delaying classes tomorrow, for students and staff, February 11, 2020 due to potential flooding. Classes will start two hours later than normally scheduled class start times for all RCS schools.
We will continue to monitor the weather conditions overnight and release additional information if roads become impassable
Please be very cautious when traveling on roadways tomorrow. If you feel the commute for you or your child seems dangerous, please wait until it is safe to travel to school. If conditions worsen and a change to the school day is needed, we will notify you by 6 a.m.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College, all campuses will have a delayed opening at 10 a.m.
Georgia Highlands College’s Floyd, Heritage Hall, and Cartersville locations will delay opening by 2 hours Tuesday
School is closed for all Bartow County students and staff February 11, 2020, due to flooding. Transportation officials and county agencies have recorded 15 road closures, and more rain is expected overnight. Again, out of an abundance of caution, school is closed tomorrow.
Due to significant flooding expected across the area throughout the evening and overnight, Gordon County Schools will be closed on Tuesday, February 11. Twelve-month employees should plan to report on a two-hour delay, while giving consideration to safety of travel. No other staff will report.
Due to significant flooding expected across the area throughout the evening and overnight, Calhoun City Schools will be closed on Tuesday, February 11. Twelve-month employees should plan to report on a two hour delay while giving consideration to safety of travel.
Polk County Schools will be on a two-hour delay with school starting at 10 a.m.